Protect workers with double-sided safety tapes


Floorsafe International has extended its range of tapes to include barrier/warning tapes.

The tapes, manufactured in 90 microns thickness, are printed on both sides and available in 75mm x 100m rolls.

Other safety tapes are always in stock and ready for immediate overnight delivery. Anti-slip self adhesive tapes will reduce slip and fall accidents on steps and stairways especially when the surface becomes wet. A full range of colors and width sizes are available.

The Class1 and Class 2 self-adhesive reflective tapes are ideal for highlighting dangerous objects, post, trucks, work zones and signs. They are available in stripe and plain colors and all conform to safety standards.

Floorsafe International is celebrating its 25th year in business with special prices on all tapes, aluminium stair treads and tactile indicators.

Floorsafe International
Ph: 1300 717 769

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